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Vegan Lemon And Vanilla Biscuits Recipe

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Sometimes – sometimes I repeat –  I like to go a bit fancy with my baking. But still, I’m not a star baker, never will be, I’m just a mum with limited free time, so I like to keep things simple and get things done quickly. I’m sure I’m not the only one. I can’t bake big cakes with beautiful …

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4 Ways to Save Money When Buying Fresh Produce

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It’s had to underestimate the importance of eating fruits and veggies. After all, several studies have shown that those who eat healthier meals live longer. It’s also been proven that a healthier diet can result in fewer health issues, too. However, fresh produce can sometimes be hard to find at a decent price. And frozen veggies sometimes don’t taste as …

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3 Ingredient Vegan Biscuits – Simple and Delicious!

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Simple and easy recipes are the best! I love plain biscuits, like shortbread or linzer. But most of them needs butter – a lot of butter in fact. Since we are trying to eat more vegan if possible – I made these cookies and they are so simple to prepare that even children can make them from scratch. (Obviously, adult …

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Vegan Pumpkin Soup (Without Coconut Milk)

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I’ve learnt not long ago, that pumpkin and sage can be paired very well. It’s very handy to know, because it works in soup too, which means coconut milk isn’t needed (well, it doesn’t work well with sage in my view). So the pumpkin soup becomes a very earthy and rich in texture meal without it. It’s definitely a lovely …

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A Simple Vegan Food List for Beginners

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A guest post written by Kelly Allen. In 2018 I decided to try out Veganuary. I look back and see how far this monthly challenge has come. Now you can pop to virtually any shop and pick up a few vegan food items, but it can still feel very daunting when faced with the prospect of so many companies jumping …

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Best Vegan Chilli Sin Carne Recipe

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I’ve been trying to perfect this recipe for ages, and I think I have finally managed it!  I love a good veggie chilli, but sometimes either the colour of the dish (without the meat) or the taste of it can be pretty boring. Well, I like exciting and colourful food.  This has become a fortnightly standard favourite for me in …

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Vegan Leek And Potato Soup

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I do like soups, especially when the weather is cold. They are also a good way to cook up all sorts of veggies, turning them into delicious and nutritious meal with some lovely bread. Potato and leek soup always has been a firm favourite of mine, like everything potato – just gimme all the potato! But, the traditional recipe calls …

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French Apricot Frangipane Tart Recipe

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Back at the beginning of October, I managed to snap up about 3 kilograms of fresh apricot at the local market, clearly the last of the lasts of the season and since they were dirt cheap, I assumed they were clearly surplus. It’s odd that they were still available in October in London, but I was happy to get my …

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Vegan Apple And Plum Crumble With Oats Recipe

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This recipe came to me as I was trying to use up a few apples and plums sitting in the fruit bowl – and on one eating them. The apples were a little sour, they were not the sweetest at all but in this recipe it worked out well as the little sourness of the apples went hand in hand …

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Beetroot and Orange Salad With Chickpeas (Vegan Recipe)

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I ended up making this salad as In have received lots of fresh beetroots with my wonky veg delivery – which I love though, it’s great to save all those veggies being thrown away just because they are surplus or wonky. I also enjoy getting lots of different and sometimes unusual ingredients because I just love making use of them …